About the Cycle to Work Scheme

How does the Cycle to Work Scheme Work? If you’re looking for something healthy and pro-active to get involved with, then the Cycle to Work Scheme might be for you… Throughout the last 10 years we have seen regular bulletins in relation to problems effecting the world for example climate change, and just how the […]

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Advice for employees: drug testing

Employee rights If a company has a drug testing policy in place, every employee that signs a contract and agrees to the contents of the employee handbook is providing consent to be tested under those rules. It is therefore vital for employees to familiarise themselves with the employee handbook to understand their rights. Every employee […]

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Ryanair set to introduce allocated seats

Ryanair has announced that they intend to introduce allocated seating on all their flights starting from the beginning of February 2014. The budget airline is thought to have made the decision following a host of complaints from passengers who are sick of having to queue at the departure gates to ensure they are sitting next […]

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Boss of Centrica to relinquish bonus

The CE of Centrica, the biggest energy supplier in the UK and parent company of British Gas has announced that he is to forgo his bonus this year. Sam Laidlaw made the announcement following a poll revealing that the public’s trust in the energy sector is at an all time low following yet another round […]

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Manchester Arena sold to investment company

An investment company bought Phones 4u Arena, based in Manchester, today for £82.1m. Mansford Real Estate is the European private real-estate investment firm that bought it from the partnership of Patron Capital and Development Securities. The firm is the owner of Swinton Shopping Centre, located in Salford. Patron Capital together with Development Securities acquired the […]

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UK manufacturing on the up and up

The output and order books of the industry are growing and are at their fastest pace ever in two decades, as the UK’s manufacturing sector strongly emerges from the recession of the past few years. The monthly Markit/Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply snapshot stated that the return of consumer confidence, a higher demand for […]

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